Category: JC Froneman

Majoritarianism principle examined: Operational requirements

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Interpreting university definition: Concurring judgment

Independent Institute of Education (Pty) Ltd v Kwazulu-Natal Law Society Interpreting university definition and Constitutional Court in concurring judgment cautioned against giving an interpretation which ‘cannot be...

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Municipal manager appointments: Mootness

Notyawa v Makana Municipality   Municipal manager appointments examined and found that leave to appeal had to be refused because in the concurring judgment of Froneman J the issues were already moot and no purpose would be...

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Municipal manager appointments: Leave refused

Notyawa v Makana Municipality   Municipal manager appointments examined and found that leave to appeal had to be refused because there were no prospects of success and the discretion had been properly exercised by the high ...

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Indigenous minority languages: Froneman J’s concurrence

Gelyke Kanse v University of Stellenbosch    Indigenous minority languages considered by the Constitutional Court and decided that it was “impossible to set aside or override its conclusion that it was not reasonably...

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Derivative misconduct analysed: Individual and collective

Numsa obo Nganezi v Dunlop Mixing and Technical Services (Pty) Ltd Derivative misconduct analysed and held that it would be wrong to rely on a duty to disclose as a valid and fair reason to dismiss employees rather than proving...

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Legality principle examined: Comparing PAJA reviews

Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality v Asla Construction (Pty) Ltd Legality principle examined and dissenting judgment deals in some detail why it cannot agree with everything stated in the majority judgment. “In...

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